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NetworkEye,a iOS network debug library,monitor HTTP requests.
It can be detected HTTP request include web pages, NSURLConnection, NSURLSession, AFNetworking, 3rd libraries, 3rd SDK ,and so on. very convenient and practical.
It can be map local json file.
I created a google group，this group is for general discussion NetworkEye ,welcome to join,https://groups.google.com/d/forum/networkeye
if you use NetworkEye, you can add it in here,Who-Uses-NetworkEye
welcome to new pull request,that fix bug,add new features,add support other platform.and welcome to new issues.
platform :ios, '7.0' pod 'NetworkEye', '~> 1.1.2' # pod 'NetworkEye/FMDB', '~> 1.1.2' # NetworkEye with FMDB ,save your requests to database
Note：Use Network Eye in DEBUG mode
add the code in AppDelegate.m
you can use use the shortcut (⌘ Command + n) , a double tap or shake device to call out the monitoring data interface
You can also use the following code
NEHTTPEyeViewController *vc=[[NEHTTPEyeViewController alloc] init]; [self presentViewController:vc animated:YES completion:nil];
In NEHTTPEye, the default password of database is "networkeye" ,and you can save 300 requests.
the database name is networkeye.sqlite,and stored in the cache directory.
define kSQLitePassword @"networkeye"
define kSaveRequestMaxCount 300
you can change it use NEHTTPModelManager [NEHTTPModelManager defaultManager].saveRequestMaxCount=300; [NEHTTPModelManager defaultManager].sqlitePassword=@"networkeye"; NetworkEye use FMDB and SQLCipher。 FMDB is used to store data，SQLCipher is used to encrypt the database。
Monitoring data interface supports some search conditions ,it is URL，statusCode，HTTPMethod，MIMEType。
*Note that all licence references and agreements mentioned in the NetworkEye README section above are relevant to that project's source code only.